Wet food for cats with kidney problems or prone to such problems with chicken flavor
Chronic kidney failure (CRF).
Management of recurrences of calcium oxalate uroliths in cats with compromised renal function.
Prevention of recurrence of urolithiasis requiring urinary alkalinization: urate and cystine stones.
- Gestation, lactation, growth.
Dietary treatment is prescribed for a minimum duration of 6 months, after this period it will be necessary to assess its continuation according to veterinary criteria. When kidney damage affects 3/4 of the kidneys, the disease is considered irreversible, maintaining a Renal Feline S/O dietary therapy for life.
During CRF, the kidneys do not remove phosphorus effectively. A restriction of phosphorus intake is therefore essential to limit the development of kidney failure.
An increase in uremia can induce the formation of gastric and intestinal mucosal ulcers. The combination of zeolite and FOS minimizes this risk.
A diet rich in fish oil (source of EPA/DHA) makes it possible to significantly improve the glomerular filtration rate over time and minimize glomerulosclerosis.
Slow down cellular aging and strengthen immunity: the synergistic complex of antioxidants (vitamins E and C, taurine and lutein) limits the degradation of cellular DNA, strengthens immunity and slows down the effects of aging.
Cats with kidney failure are generally elderly, prone to gingivitis, and have difficulty chewing. It is advisable to feed a food with a soft texture such as Royal Canin Renal.
Format: Envelope of wet food 85gr.
Meat and animal by-products (4% chicken, pork), cereals, oils and fats, minerals, by-products of vegetable origin, sugars.
Vitamin D3 275 IU/kg Copper 0.9mg/kg Iodine 0.11mg/ kg
Manganese 1.4 mg/kg Iron 4 mg/kg
Proteins 8 % Fats 8% Fibers 0.5 % Ashes 1.2% Calcium 0.14%
Phosphorus 0.08 % Omega-3 0.12% Omega-6 2.5 %